Ne-Yo is to produce upbeat singles for Lindsay Lohan's 'comeback' album, the R'n'B singer confirmed himself.
Lindsay Lohan is getting some assistance from Ne-Yo in her new record which is deemed a comeback after her rehab stint. Confirming the news to E! during 50th Grammy Awards red carpet, Ne-Yo said that he will contribute upbeat tunes for the album.
"That is true," the singer who won Contemporary R'n'B Album that night said. "I'm in the studio right now doing stuff with her. She has a hot voice. I think she's one of these people who, when she's focused, she can do anything."
Ne-Yo also revealed a bit on their project saying, "She can do different things, but she asked for something specific - she wanted something kind of dancey, kind of uptempo, so that's what I'm going to give her."
He added that Lohan is quite "focused" now and that the rule to work with him in the studio is "you come to the studio with me, you come to work." Other producers which have been confirmed to work on her third album are 50 Cent and J.R. Rotem.